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Len Cnut

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  1. The Religion/Spirituality Thread

    So I was right? Yay! To think I came to that conclusion on acid
  2. The Religion/Spirituality Thread

    How about this, the universe itself is God and we're all part of it/him. Is that theoretically palletable? Most religions say God is everywhere and in everything sooo.. Fair enough Susan!
  3. The Religion/Spirituality Thread

    Intuition counts for a great deal, invaluable really in real life terms its just a lot of people run with certain ideas and I don’t think we should risk the possibility of sacrificing or underestimating the power bookwork or intellectualism, especially in the current cultural climate.
  4. The Religion/Spirituality Thread

    I see what you're getting at but there's something every so slightly (and quite worryingly) anti-intellectual about that statement and I think contemporary society suffers as a result of such things.
  5. US Politics/Elections Thread

    Well one is dead money and the other promotes economic growth, its not hard to figure out
  6. The Religion/Spirituality Thread

    Get outta that one Soulie
  7. Up to and including how to fuck up relationships with mad ginger women that assault you with six packs whilst on the verge of being seduced
  8. General Chat / Random Musings

    I've said it before, she's cute as a button, makes your sordid, depraved and generally pointless existence all worth it You done alright there man. Kids are fuckin' wonderful, look at that face, wouldn't know hardship if it pulled up a chair beside her eh?
  9. General Chat / Random Musings

    While I agree there is a certain moral turpitude to abusing your position as President to poke interns there's a slight difference between rape and having consensual sex with an intern, same with the Jack and Bobby, they may have been pervos that shagged around a bit but they weren't forcing them or doing it to underage girls or whatever. Also, take a lot at their faces. Take a look at Jack Kennedy...then Bobby...then Bill...who do you think is just a swordsman and who do you think either has to pay for it and/or force birds out of them and Trump? Blimey, even I'd have to think about it if Jack Kennedy was going begging
  10. The whining thread

    I hope yous have a record breaking hot summer this year, just to watch your posts in this thread turn into Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad like 'the sweltering heat has left us bereft, hopeless, the smell of death all around, the humidity has turned breathing into a war of attrition, bacterias poison the water, we gather at sunset in church to pray for rain'
  11. He didn't write than one though so we can let him off there
  12. British Politics

    Democracy is a process and I don't think its advisable to dive into doing odd things under its banner, lest you negate the thing in its entirity. The idea is you have votes, votes have an outcome and then you have to respect and/or live with that outcome otherwise you are taking steps towards a sort of anarchy (there's a fair leap to go before anarchy but you get what I mean). Its not normal for a reason, its not normal because its dangerous or potentially dangerous. In a climate where the far right is kinda picking up speed you will do a great deal for their cause by corroborating their notions of a broken system by doing weird out of the way and, to a point, nonsensical and anti-democratic shit. The idea is simple, you have to stick with the results of such processes, if you don't then it can fall into an ad infinitum process of ANOTHER referendum...and another...and another. All it requires is a vocal visible group with enough savvy to propagate their agenda well and you have successfully put across the idea that it is the will of the people to have x, y or z. The truth is the people don't have a collective will, there are elections and there are results and at the end of each there will always be a certain amount of people who are disgruntled with the result but you have to live with it I'm afraid. Either that or start lighting torches.
  13. British Politics

    The ill-informed thing you could say about every general election that ever happened, I'd wager that the VAAAAAAAAAAAST fuckin' majority of people that lay down a vote don't have a detailed breakdown or awareness of said partys plans and intentions and methods of implementation. Claiming ignorance regarding the consequences after the fact is a case of tough titty because, well, if no one knew and it weren't really out there didn't it occur to anyone at any point to go 'hang on, what the fuck are we voting for and how is it going to be put into action?'. Because no one was given a clear definition in that regard. And consequences, politically speaking, aren't always so clear cut, best laid plans and all that.
  14. British Politics

    He's got a point though, hasn't he? I mean referendums of this sort aren't the kind of thing you have every few years, you either want out or you want in, it doesn't do you or the EU any favours for it to be this on-going thing. It sets an alarming prescedent because where do you stop?
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